Thursday, 5 June 2014

Quilt Show Volunteers Still Required

2013 Quilt Show- hung by an army of volunteers - always a day of camaraderie and fun 

Lynn : White Glover Stalwart and provider of wonderful 'set-up day' lunches

Our 2014 Sydney Quilt Show is fast approaching, and we are in need of more volunteers for all areas of the Show.  
 If you have entered a quilt in the Show, it is expected that you will volunteer for at least two shifts during the exhibition.

 The particular time slots where extra people are required are:

Tuesday Set Up Day *** – the afternoon shift 3.00pm –  6.00pm 
9.10am to 11.00am Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
10.45am – 12.30pm Sunday
12.15pm – 2.00 pm Thursday, Saturday & Sunday 
3.15pm – 5.00pm Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, Saturday & Sunday
Sunday Take Down *** 5.00pm – 7.00pm

***All volunteers at Set up and Take Down must be over the age of 16 years.  Unfortunately children will not be allowed on site at these times.  
The Quilt Show is considered a “construction site” at these times – fluoro vests (supplied by Guild) and closed in shoes must be worn by all volunteers. 

The Guild would greatly appreciate knowing if your husband, son, brother, uncle, cousin – anyone with a bit of extra physical strength can help at Set Up and Take Down. 
Please either complete a Volunteer Form or email your full details to Susan at:

Please Reply as quickly as possible to this request

Information we require is:
  • The days and times you are able to work,   First Name, Surname, Full Address, Postcode, Home and Mobile Phone numbers, Email.  Please also indicate if you have trouble standing for long periods and we will assign you a sit down job.  
  • Please complete a volunteer form if a family member is coming to assist at Set Up or Take Down.

A quick response will greatly assist the Show Committee finalise the rosters, and all volunteers will receive a letter of confirmation of their time slot.  

Our Show volunteers are the eyes and ears of the Quilt Show, and are necessary to help protect the displays.

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